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ARDSI,Guwahati Chapter organized a Drama "Antaryuddha"
Every year,September is celebrated as World Alzheimer's Month and this year's theme is "Remember Me- Early Diagnosis will help be live well for longer" On this occasion , ARDSI,Guwahati Chapter organized a Drama "Antaryuddha" showcasing the inner conflict of a son torn between his responsibilities towards his father suffering from Dementia and his own wife.This Drama helped people understand some of the early symptoms of the disease and its disastrous impact upon the caregivers.

Dementia- A fast Approaching Epidemic
http://ardsiguwahat.blogspot.in/2017/08/dementia-fast-approaching-epidemic.html

Dementia Caregiver Training
Dementia Caregiver Training. From: 26th June to 26th July Time 4pm to 5pm Venue: Dispur Hospital Auditorium , Registration Fees-Rs 100.00.Gain valuable insight for providing better care for your loved ones Call us to register and attend - 9864850135, 7035907918

Dr Kulendu Pathak inaugurated the redesigned website
Dr Kulendu Pathak, Renown educationist and former Vice-Chancellor of Dibrugarh University inaugurated the redesigned website of ardsiguwahati on 11th of January.

2016 in dementia research – the good, the disappointing and the unusual
When a new year begins, it is common for people to reflect on the past 12 months and think about what is to come. The Research and Development team at Alzheimer’s Society are no exception, especially as 2016 was a very interesting year for dementia research. The news about dementia was continually fluctuating: one minute we heard the news that the number of people living with dementia was falling in both the US and the UK, and the next we heard that dementia is now the leading cause of death in England and Wales. The same applies to the mixture of promising and disappointing results that came out of clinical trials this year. Source::https://blog.alzheimers.org.uk/research/2016-dementia-research-good-disappointing-unusual/



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